Tuesday, January 6th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
$10 (Free to Members)
Whether you are a lawyer or non lawyer, laws and those who practice law effect our lives no matter what we do. The following presentation will apply the basic model of Integral Theory to the practice of law. Utilizing this approach we will demonstrate it’s usefulness in creating a more comprehensive practice and approach to legal problems. By creating a more comprehensive practice, the level of lawyer and client satisfaction will rise as a result. In addition, we will begin to explore the limited nature of the interpretative models currently relied on by our Courts; revealing in the process how an integral approach to interpretation is therefore a more whole and just approach to legal interpretation.
Mark James Fischler is currently an Assistant Professor of criminal justice at Plymouth State University in NH. He teaches primarily criminal procedure and ethics to undergraduate students. Before teaching, Mark practiced law as a NH Public Defender for three-and-a-half years representing indigent people accused of criminal acts. He also worked as Guardian Ad Litem representing the best interests of children in divorce cases. His principle mentor as an attorney in style and approach is trial attorney Gerry Spence (a teacher of his). After leaving the law Mark went out on a personal journey for a year and a half working in the Buddhist and Toltec traditions and upon return joined the Plymouth State University faculty.
Don’t forget, the Early Bird discount for the weekend with Dr. Don Beck @ Spiral Dynamics in Action, 2009 ends on February 20th. Register soon!
Also, we just announced a totally juicy, love-filled, but also, incredibly heart-opening seminar on Integral Relationships: The Most Sacred Tantra, to be taught by Saniel Bonder and Linda Groves-Bonder (great, great masters on the topic of relationships). We hope that you will join this. It is for singles, as well as couples (peeps of all sexual orientaions and ages are welcome. The more the merrier!) Click on image below to read more.
NOTE: Next Ken Wilber Study Group is on Feb. 27th, 3pm.
There are some more events lined up for members too. Please see below. Hope you can join us.
See you soon!
Noms @ Boulder Integral
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July 8 – 11, 2009
A Boulder Integral Summer Love Holiday!
Lead Teachers: Saniel Bonder & Linda Groves-Bonder
Read more here
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Matrix: Foundation of Interconnected Groups
Tuesday, January 20th, 6-10 pm
Amina Knowlan, creator of Matrix Leadership, and offered only to members of Boulder Integral, will lead this series of experiential trainings. The series will consist of four, 4-hour monthly sessions designed to complement our efforts at individual transcendence with new practices for sparking transcendence as an interconnected group. Each of the basic Matrix building blocks will be taught sequentially to replicate how they can be applied in any group context, regardless of your role as leader, facilitator or member.
Wednesday, January 21st, at 6:30pm
$15 (Free to members)
Attunement is feeling into ourselves and others with caring intent. Secure attachment is necessary for satisfying relationships and involves lovers, friends, and family members feeling consistently known, accepted, and protected. All these relationships can appear different at progressive developmental stages while including the same principles and neurobiological processes.
Using music, exercises, and current research, Dr. Witt will demonstrate how simple principles like a attunement can access complex knowledge areas in therapy and other relationships.
Dr. Keith Witt (www.kwwitt.com): Author of, The Gift of Shame, The Attuned Family, Waking Up, and Sessions, offers 35 years experience as a therapist, lecturer, and teacher. He has conducted fifty thousand therapy sessions in Santa Barbara with individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life including the film and music industries, corporate management, information technologies, engineering, academia, the law, and a full spectrum of other cultures. He is a professor at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute.